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sw80 29/10/2012

Arturia Origin : Recensione di sw80 (content in English)

"Some issues with output volume"

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The Arturia Origin is a virtual analog synth desktop module that has 2 line inputs and 10 line outputs. It does come at high price but it is worth it. I have used this with a cheap MIDI keyboard and it didn’t work for me, I needed to upgrade the MIDI keyboard in order for it to have a nice feel to it. So I purchased a MIDI keyboard that has weighted keys so I could get a better feel while playing with the sounds and patches on the Arturia Origin. If you can imagine a sound in your head, I am pretty sure that the Arturia Origin can create that sound. It may take you some time to get the parameters worked out to the way they will need to be, but it is fun getting it to the way you want it.


The Arturia has polyphony of up to 32 voices and a 32 or 16 step sequencer. There are MIDI in, MIDI out, and MIDI thru on the Arturia Origin as well as 11 total outputs. The Arturia Origin is not even as heavy as I thought it was going to be. But with it being so wide you cannot really call it portable.


The Arturia Origin comes loaded with around 400 presets, and there are not expansion capabilities. The soft synths on the Arturia Origin are by far the best feature though, the pads are pretty decent too. Despite the fact they took a long time to release the Arturia Origin it still released with some issues.


The main issue that I have come across is the volume output is not as loud as it should be. You will really have to jack up the volume and hope you can still get a clean recording when tracking the audio out to your DAW.